Graeme McDowell hadn't won on the PGA Tour in two seasons, but he raised the trophy in celebration Monday morning after this clutch approach shot on the first playoff hole at the OHL Classic.
This 5-iron is a beauty, particularly under the circumstances and conditions. If you're going to hit the shot of the tournament, do it when it counts.
McDowell sank the three-footer with authority and walked off the winner over Russell Knox and Jason Bohn.
Harold Varner III made birdie at the 14th hole Monday morning in the final round of the OHL Classic.
So what, right? But that really doesn't describe how great this putt was. Not only was it from 70 feet away, but he did it with the wind whipping and in a driving rainstorm, on the most difficult hole on the course.
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That's an impressive putt on a normal day, let alone in the conditions the players are facing in Mayakoba right now.
Jason Bohn was cruising through the final round of the OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
So why wouldn't he expect to hit it close when he stepped up to the tee on the 151-yeard par 3 8th hole?
Turns out it his distance was perfect. As in hit-the-flagstick perfect.
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At the time Bohn had a share of the lead at 17-under, tied with Russell Knox.
His putt for birdie was delayed by four hours after rain forced players off the course, but he drained it once play resumed at 4:45 p.m. ET.
It wasn't the only replay-worthy shot from Bohn Sunday.
He hit his second shot a few yards shy of the green on the par-5 fifth hole.
Then he let his wedge play did the talking.
And those are the shots we'll never get tired of watching.